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A gas mixture contains 0.600  mol of N2, 0.150  mol of H2, and 0.200  mol of CH4. Calculate the pressure of the gas mixture and the partial pressure of each constituent gas if the mixture is in a 10.0  L vessel at 27.00°C.

 

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